Is this a response to a real need or a way of skimming cash from wealth worried well?
Are their transferrable ideas for mainstream health centres?
I like the idea of a subscription service - and the use of AI and constant streaming of data to the doctor via sensors and connected devices.
"Very few studies have been done about the impact of A.I. on health care, let alone the impact of smartphone apps. Can high-tech flourishes really overcome perennial doctor challenges like poor patient compliance? “Using a fancy, sleek thing to check your weight instead of stepping on a scale, that’s nice, but I don’t know whether it makes a difference,” Dr. Mitesh Patel, an assistant professor at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School who researches the impact of wearable devices on health outcomes, told me by phone. “The patients who really need these reminders, the patients who really need to be motivated, are not the patients who are going to join this service. The people who have low motivation don’t go. It’s a Catch-22.”